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  1.  MOTION TO APPROVE THE GNSO PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LIAISONS TO THE CUSTOMER STANDING COMMITTEE (CSC) – 06 July 2016 - amended 19 July 2016 option one selected and - motion carried

 Made by: Wolf-Ulrich Knoben
 Seconded by: James Bladel

 

 

DRAFT MOTION TO APPROVE THE GNSO PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LIAISONS TO THE CUSTOMER STANDING COMMITTEE (CSC) – 06 July 2016 – Amended 19 July

 

\WHEREAS:

 

1.       On 14 March 2014, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the United States Department of Commerce announced its intention to transition key Internet domain name functions to the global multi-stakeholder community and, as the first step, asked to convene global stakeholders to develop a proposal to transition the current role played by NTIA in the coordination of the Internet’s domain name system;

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2. Motion – Adoption of GNSO Review Working Group Charter

 

- Option 1 selected by the Council - motion carried

Made by: Wolf-Ulrich Knoben
Seconded by: James Bladel

 

WHEREAS,

 

1.           The second independent review of the GNSO commenced in 2014.

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3. Adoption of the GNSO Review of GAC Communiqué for submission to the ICANN Board - deferred to Electronic Voting 6-9 August 2016

 Made Made by: James Bladel
Seconded by: Donna Austin

WhereasWHEREAS,

 

  1. The Governmental Advisory Committee advises the ICANN Board on issues of public policy, and especially where there may be an interaction between ICANN's activities or policies and national laws or international agreements. It usually does so as part of a Communiqué, which is published towards the end of every ICANN meeting.
  2. The GNSO is responsible for developing and recommending to the ICANN Board substantive policies relating to generic top-level domains.
  3. The GNSO has expressed a desire to provide feedback to the ICANN Board on issues in the GAC Communiqué as these relate to generic top-level domains to inform the ICANN Board as well as the broader community of past, present or future gTLD policy activities that may directly or indirectly relate to advice provided by the GAC.
  4. The GNSO Council developed a template to facilitate this process, which was completed following the publication of the Helsinki GAC Communiqué by a volunteer and shared with the GNSO Council for its review.
  5. The GNSO hopes that the input provided through its review of the GAC Communiqué will further enhance the co-ordination and promote the sharing of information on gTLD related policy activities between the GAC, Board and the GNSO.

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